Re: [802SEC] +++ 10-day EC Email Ballot +++ Definition of hotel stay
On 5 Oct 2010 21:35, "James P. K. Gilb" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I vote no.
> The reasoning is that the original motion is clear (and was clarified
> before a vote was taken).
> I am in favor of reviewing the financial information from the previous
> two meeting (March and July) and having a discussion on what we may need
> to do at the November meeting. We can then take a vote on what changes
> should be made to the policy for the upcoming meetings.
> James Gilb
> James P. K. Gilb wrote:
>> Dear 802 EC members
>> Paul Nikolich has delegated the conduct of the EC electronic ballot on
>> the following motion to me.
>> In the November 2009 meeting, the EC passed the following motion:
>> "IEEE-802 Registration Procedures will be effective for the March 2010
>> meeting as follows:
>> 1) We will advance the registration cut-off date by 2-weeks, from
>> 17-days prior to the meeting, to 31-days prior to the meeting.
>> 2) We will advance the hotel room-block cut-off by the same amount so
>> that both occur on the same date.
>> 3) We will adjust the Session Registration Fees to the following formula:
>> o Web Early-Registration Fee (prior to 31-day cut-off) will remain at
>> o Web Registration Fee (after the Early-Registration cut-off but at
>> least 7-days before start of session (Monday) will now be $500.US
>> o Late Web or On-site Registration (less than 7-days before or during
>> the session) will now be $600.US
>> 4) A $300.US surcharge will be added to the registration fee for those
>> attendees not booking and staying in the 802-contracted hotel. Proof of
>> hotel stay will be required to prevent the surcharge."
>> The purpose of this motion is to clarify what a "hotel stay" means.
>> Accordingly, the motion is as follows:
>> Moved that "In order to avoid paying the $300 US surcharge on the
>> registration, a hotel stay is defined as at least two nights booking and
>> staying in the 802 contracted hotel. The effect of voting no on this
>> motion is that a hotel stay is defined as at least one night booking and
>> staying in the 802 contracted hotel." Effective beginning with the
>> November 2010 meeting.
>> Move: Gilb
>> Seconded: Law
>> Note that although I am moving the motion for the purpose of resolving
>> this issue, I will be voting no as I believe that the original motion is
>> clear that only a single night is required by the wording.
>> Start of ballot: Wednesday 5 October 2010 Close of ballot: Friday 15
>> October, 11:59PM AOE
>> Early close: As required in subclause 18.104.22.168 'Electronic Balloting' of
>> the IEEE project 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC) Operations
>> Manual, this is notice that, to ensure the release is provided in a
>> timely manner, this ballot may close early once sufficient responses are
>> received to clearly decide a matter.
>> James Gilb
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